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  • The Care and Feeding of the Dreaded Spinning Outfit

    By Mike WhittenSeptember 29, 2009The genesis of this article began one Saturday in the Bass Pro Shops in Memphis, Tennessee where I was doing tank and floor seminars with my daughter and tournament partner, Meredith. Meredith has long been a fan of spinni...
  • Weyer is Punching Mad

    By Terry BattistiSeptember 29, 2009  Weyer Places 2nd at the California Delta National Guard Event Charlie Weyer was introduced to punching mats back east in his days on the Elite Series. He saw firsthand, from Sam Aversa of Penetrator Weights...
  • A Little Gizmo

    By Mike BuccaSeptember 25, 2009I hate giving away trade secrets. Some things are only meant to be shown in secrecy, after multitudes of promises are made to keep things under wraps. Well here’s a cool contraption I’ll share that has been pro...
  • Clemons, Not Such a Bad Guy After All

    September 24, 2009 Who doesn’t like healthy breasts? They’re as American as motherhood and apple pie (specifically if the mother serving apple pie is wearing a low-cut blouse). Accordingly, research on breast cancer prevention is a cause we can al...
  • All of Mann's Problems Have Silver Linings

    By Pete RobbinsSeptember 22, 2009Buford, Ga. – Reached at home, just a few days after his season-ending FLW Series victory on Clarks Hill, Tom Mann Jr. softly answers “all right” when asked how he’s doing.All right?Um, Tom, you’ve got a check fo...
  • Western Legend Gary Dobyns' Biggest Win: 2009 US Open

    Story by Russ ComeauSeptember 4, 2009I rang Gary Dobyns while he was happily driving home from the US Open on Lake Mead, Las Vegas where he had just made the biggest win of his 40 prize boat, 100 victory career. Yes, he's won almost everything else that e...